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You can uninstall the original keyboard if you want, though windows might just reinstall it again. Best thing to do if you want it deactivated is to disable it in device manager.
Right Click on My Computer XP or Computer in Vista and select properties. Select the hardware TAB then select the Device Manager button. Click on the plus next to keyboards then right click on your keyboard. Here you can uninstall or disable it.
My computer does not give me the option to disable it. Though I don't think it will unless you have another installed.
You really don't have to uninstall the old keyboard, it's really up to you, just plug in the USB keyboard and it should be fine.
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